Your partners in care

We offer different assistance programs to help you cover incidental expenses related to your cancer treatments. Find the right one for you.

How it works:

We’re here to help. If you qualify for assistance, start by completing an application. Our professional staff will work with you so you receive the support you need without delay.

Step 1 Complete the application online, or download and email or fax it to us.
Step 2 Our staff will then call you to 
determine your exact needs.
Step 3 Our staff will call your physician’s office to verify the cancer diagnosis.
Step 4 Your application will go to our Financial Assistance Committee for approval.
Step 5 Once approved, you will be notified by phone or mail, and the requested assistance will be provided.


  • Must be within 6 months of a cancer diagnosis

  • Must be a legal resident of the United States

  • Must reside or receive treatment in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, and West Virginia. Funds may be restricted; please call to check on the availability of funds in your area.


  • Temporary lodging

  • Transportation assistance

  • Medical supplies and equipment

  • Groceries and nutritional supplements

  • Screenings

  • Head & Neck cancer patients only:
    Dental procedures on a case-by-case basis, co-pays for rehabilitation therapy, tube feeding materials, and dietitian consultations.

  • Other supplies and services related to cancer care may be considered on a case-by-case basis

When a patient is diagnosed with cancer they often incur expenses related to their treatments that they didn’t expect and that aren’t covered by their medical insurance. Things like getting to their appointments when they are not able to drive due to their illness, the need for nutritional supplements to prevent weight loss due to their treatment, or a special compression garment to reduce swelling from breast cancer treatment. These unexpected needs can cause significant financial distress to patients, an additional burden they do not need at this already-stressful time.

While many non-profits choose to support cancer research, we wanted our funds to go directly to as many patients as possible, and to remain in the local communities where they were raised. While cancer research is important, it will only help future patients, and we wanted to help patients who need it NOW.

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We offer different assistance programs to help you cover incidental expenses related to your cancer treatments. Find the right one for you.

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Have additional questions or need help with your application? We’re here to help. Contact us or see frequently asked questions.

(239) 601-2531